by Peggy Reskin The grasp of the tiny perfect hand and almond shaped head, wet and sparkling with the tinge of red hair, gave no indication of the journey we would take together. She charged through to the world through my body now empty of the life force she brought to me in 1964. It
Peggy Reskin is an author who came forward to share her story at just the right time: Now. We are in the midst of a powerful tidal wave of renewed activism, commitment, and determined solidarity in working for what is right. And that is the story that Peggy shares; of her own life, coming of
I am covered in goosebumps and my eyes are filled with tears. I just received Peggy Reskin’s book, Barefoot Frontrunners: Sex, Women and Power, which she was working on in the writers workshop back at Women At Woodstock 2014, and whose manuscript she allowed me to review in the following years while the project was in process. What
Thank you to Peggy Reskin, who took all these great photos at our wonderful Women At Woodstock South retreat in Charleston, and put them together into a lovely video. Makes me miss everyone already, Peggy!
Peggy Reskin, Women At Woodstock alum, has great news for women 50+ about the future we share. In her essay, Arriving at 70: you bring it all with you – Peggy talks about turning 50, reaching 60, and arriving at 70 with the wealth of experiences that make up “the mosaic of who you are.” Peggy’s essay